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Te Puke Cannabis Pensioner to Have His Reward

Media Advisory: Tauranga 'Driveway' Event

Te Puke Cannabis Pensioner to Have His Reward - Libz

Te Puke pensioner George Edwards says he was selling cannabis to pay for his driveway to be completed. "Now that his cannabis income has been stopped," says Libertarianz Tauranga Candidate Russell Watkins, "we'll finish his driveway for him."

"Not only have Mr Edwards rights been abused by police and the judiciary - whose job it is to protect Mr Edwards - but his productive efforts to upgrade the property have also been interrupted", said Mr Watkins.

"As believers in voluntary benevolence," says a gumbooted Watkins, "I and other freedom fighters have decided to give Mr Edwards a well-deserved helping hand to help rectify some of that abuse."

Work will begin at 9.30am, Saturday the 14th of October - weather permitting.

ENDS

For further information, please contact: Russell Watkins Linertarianz Candidate for Tauranga (07) 543 3136 e-mail: hooligan@enternet.co.nz

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